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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ, Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ, Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo , Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ, Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ, Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

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protesters in Tahrir SQ, are waiting for election results .

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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

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protesters in Tahrir SQ, are waiting for election results .

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25 Jun 2012

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protesters in Tahrir SQ, are waiting for election results .

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25 Jun 2012

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protesters in Tahrir SQ, are waiting for election results .

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By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Tahrir, cairo , june 24

protesters in Tahrir SQ, are waiting for election results .

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Tahrir SQ, Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ, Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Eleonora Gatto
24 Jun 2012

Just after the announcement of Morsi's victory, people in Tahrir started crying and embracing each other

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Cairo, Egypt
By admin
24 Jun 2012

Photos and videos at Tahrir Square on the day that Mohammed Morsi was announced as President of Egypt.

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Tahrir SQ, Cairo , Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
24 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Crossman
20 Jun 2012

A massive protest led by the Muslim Brotherhood has shaken Tahrir Square on Tuesday, June 19, to express rejection of the Complementary Constitutional Declaration, recently issued by the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF).
The protesters also reject the SCAF’s recent dissolution of the parliament, which was based on a ruling by Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir:
"We are here to reject the constitutional declaration that creates a state inside the state, makes the Field Marshall, (Tantawi,) the president of Egypt, and makes the new president, elected by over 13 million Egyptians, a puppet moved by the SCAF. It makes the new president valueless. We also reject the dissolution of the parliament that was elected by 30 million Egyptians, and dismantled by the SCAF who were appointed by Hosni Mubarak."

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – A preacher of Al-Azhar protesting at Tahrir:
"The SCAF cannot make a constitutional declaration. The legitimacy belongs to the people. The people are the owners of legitimacy and sovereignty. The SCAF held the responsibility at a hard time, but it lied in its promise to the people, betrayed them, and destroyed them through its acts of corruption."

The protest comes as the Muslim Brotherhood approaches power for the first time in Egypt's history, according to the initial results confirmed by their presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi's campaign officials.
The SCAF said in a press conference on Monday that its legislative authority stated in the declaration was limited and temporary, and that the new president would have complete authority.
The SCAF also reaffirmed that it would transfer power by the end of June as scheduled.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: June 19, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: June 19, 2012
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SHOTLIST:
1. Day shots

  1. Wide overview shot of Tahrir Square with a massive number of protesters holding a large flag of Egypt with anti-SCAF written on it

  2. Various shots of protesters waving flags of Egypt and shouting anti-SCAF statements

  3. Various shots of protesters raising posters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi

  4. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir:
    "We are here to reject the constitutional declaration that creates a state inside the state, makes the Field Marshall, (Tantawi,) the president of Egypt, and makes the new president, elected by over 13 million Egyptians, a puppet moved by the SCAF. It makes the new president valueless. We also reject the dissolution of the parliament that was elected by 30 million Egyptians, and dismantled by the SCAF who were appointed by Hosni Mubarak."

  5. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – A preacher of Al-Azhar protesting at Tahrir:
    "The SCAF cannot make a constitutional declaration. The legitimacy belongs to the people. The people are the owners of legitimacy and sovereignty. The SCAF held the responsibility at a hard time, but it lied in its promise to the people, betrayed them, and destroyed them through its acts of corruption."

  6. Evening and night shots

  7. Long shot, protesters holding a sign reading, "Youth reject legitimacy denial and parliament dissolution"

  8. Various shots of protesters waving flags of Egypt and shouting anti-SCAF statements

  9. Close up, a protester raising a sign reading, "No to complementary constitutional declaration"

  10. Pan left, protesters waving flags of Egypt and shouting anti-SCAF statements

  11. Wide over view shot of massive number of protester at Tahrir shouting "Morsi! Morsi!"

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Cairo, Egypt
By thembalewis
12 May 2012

In late December of 2011, a video capture of a female protester pounced upon by Egyptian state security and subsequently stripped and beaten in Tahrir Square, produced one of the most iconic images of the struggle against patriarchal oppression in Egypt, and womens contribution to the revolution. The image spurred massive protests by women in Tahrir Square, and pushed the agenda of women's rights squarely into the political arena. The beating solicited the first public apology by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces for its treatment of a female protester.

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Cairo, Egypt
By thembalewis
12 May 2012

Female protesters carry signs that spell out 'we don't accept apology' through Tahrir Square on 22 December 2011 - the day of Women's protest. The protest was in response to increasing concern among many Egyptians that women and women's concerns are being ignored in the development of the new government. The protest followed a week in which Egyptian police dragged a beat a female protester in Tahrir, stripping off her clothing. Images of the beating were widely broadcast through Egypt, leading to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces' (SCAF) first apology for it's treatment of a female protester.

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Cairo, Egypt
By thembalewis
12 May 2012

A protester carries a sign through Tahrir Square on 22 December 2011 - the day of Women's protest. The protest was in response to increasing concern among many Egyptians that women and women's concerns are being ignored in the development of the new government. The protest followed a week in which Egyptian police dragged a beat a female protester in Tahrir, stripping off her clothing. Images of the beating were widely broadcast through Egypt.

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Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
27 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 27, 2012

Hundreds of Egyptians gathered under the banner 'Save the Revolution' in Tahrir Square on Friday, April 27, for a demonstration against the ruling military council. The protest was organized by Islamist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafists and al-Jamaa al-Islamiya.

Demonstrators are calling for the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law, which states that the Presidential Elections Commission’s decisions cannot be challenged in a court, and the dismissal of the Supreme Presidential Elections Commission.

Protestors believe that senior officials from the deposed Mubarak regime must be banned from eligibility for a presidential bid.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor #1:
"The demands of the revolution are summed up in several points, firstly to prevent former regime figures from running for presidency, [particularly] Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa. The Egyptian people prevented Omar Suleiman before from running for president. God willing they will also prevent Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa from running for president.”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor #2:
"We are demanding the disbandment of the controversial Supreme Presidential Elections Commission and the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law. We are here now protesting against the ruling council because they are responsible for killing our brother at Port Said and Suez. The military council must go back to its barracks".

Protestors are also calling for the release of political detainees.

Traffic in Tahrir Square moved without incident, and the security checkpoints that are normally placed during protests were not erected for the demonstration.

The elections commission announced the final list of 13 candidates for president on Thursday after disqualifying 10 candidates, including the top two Islamists. However, the commission reinstated Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak's PM during last year's uprising, and Mubarak's longtime foreign minister and former Arab League chief Amr Moussa.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 27, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 27, 2012
Length: 0:01:30
Video Size: 74.2 MB
Language: Arabic
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SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of a large banner against returning to export gas to Israel
2. Pan right shot of protestors chanting and marching at Tahrir Square
3. Wide shot of a man addressing the protestors through a stage
4. Wide shot of protestors at Tahrir square amid the presence of vendors
5. Medium shot of protestors raising banners reading "God is the greatest"
6. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor #1:
"The demands of the revolution are summed up in several points, firstly to prevent former regime figures from running for presidency and first of them Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa. The Egyptian people prevented Omar Suleiman before from running for president, God willing they will also prevent Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa from running for president."
7. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor #2:
"We are demanding the disbandment of the controversial Supreme Presidential Elections Commission and the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law. We are here now protesting against the ruling council, as they are responsible for killing our brother at Port Said and Suez. The military council must go back to its barracks."
8. Close up shot of a large banner reading "We are all against the remnants of the former regime".
9. Various shots of protestors at Tahrir square
10. Wide shot of protestors shouting "Islamic"
11. Wide shot of a large banner reading "The final date for the SCAF to hand over power is June 30".

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Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
22 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 22, 2012

Hundreds of supporters of Salafi disqualified presidential candidate Hazem Salah Abu Ismail camping continued on Sunday, April 22, their open-ended sit-in in Tahrir Square for the third consecutive day, protesting against the recent disqualification decision of Abu Ismail over claims that his mother has dual citizenship, Egyptian and American.

The sit-in demands end of the military rule of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) and dissolution of the Supreme Presidential Election Comission (SPEC) as both are formed of untrustworthy ex-regime figures according to the protestors.

The protestors, most of whom are Islamists, also condemned Article 28 of the constitutional declaration that makes the decisions of the election commission unquestionable.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"This is an open-ended sit-in to complete the demands of the revolution. The revolution demands haven’t been met, including honorable life, freedom and dignity. We also demand termination of Article 28 because it's based on oppression and corruption. How come a disqualified presidential candidate cannot revoke the decision?"

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"There is today Article 28 that immunes any president recommended by the election commission or the SCAF against appeals or claims of fraud or anything. This article was drafted by the ousted president to transfer power to his son Gamal without objections."

The protestors assured their sit-in was peaceful and that they were against violent escalation even if their demands were not met.

Yet, they reaffirmed that they would not leave Tahrir Square until all the demands were fulfilled.

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"The SACF is playing games with us and it doesn’t really want to transfer power, because its goal is to remain in the political scene, about which the SCAF understands nothing."

SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"I am here to oust the SCAF in the first place, which doesn’t work for the country's good but for serving its own interests. Second, I am here to support anyone who has been oppressed in this country, not only Sheikh Hazem Abu Ismail. I must support anyone who has been oppressed in this country, as this is my duty as a Muslim brother. Sheikh Abu Ismail, MB's Khairat al-Shater and many of those disqualified candidates have been oppressed."

The election commission has recently barred ten presidential candidates from the presidential race including the Muslim Brotherhood’s Khairat al-Shater and Salafist Abu Ismail, the major Islamist presidential candidates.

However, Islamist candidates were not the only disqualified ones, as former vice-president Omar Suleiman and liberal politician Ayman Nour were also among the ten.

Salafi protestors, however, insist that they will not leave the Square until Abu Ismail rejoins the presidential race.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 22, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 22, 2012
Length: 0:03:14
Video Size: 160 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various shots of several hundreds of protestors in Tahrir Square shouting statements against Egypt's ruling SCAF
2. Various shots of supporters of disqualified Salafi candidate Hazem Salah Abu Ismail camping in Tahrir Square in tents with his posters
3. Various shots of a march of protestors
4. Medium shot, a large sign reading "Down with Military Rule"
5. Various shots of the sit-in tents in the middle of the Square
6. Various shots of the protestors shouting statements against the SCAF
7. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"This is an open-ended sit-in to complete the demands of the revolution. The revolution demands haven’t been met, including honorable life, freedom and dignity. We also demand termination of Article 28 because it's based on oppression and corruption. How come a disqualified presidential candidate cannot revoke the decision?" 8. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"There is today Article 28 that immunes any president recommended by the election commission or the SCAF against appeals or claims of fraud or anything. This article was drafted by the ousted president to transfer power to his son Gamal without objections." 9. Various shots of the protestors shouting statements against the SCAF
10. Medium shot, one of the protestors raising a shoe, a sign of disrespect for the SCAF
11. Various shots of the protestors marching and shouting anti-SCAF statements
12. SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"The SACF is playing games with us and it doesn’t really want to transfer power, because its goal is to remain in the political scene, about which the SCAF understands nothing." 13. SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Protestor:
"I am here to oust the SCAF in the first place, which doesn’t work for the country's good but for serving its own interests. Second, I am here to support anyone who has been oppressed in this country, not only Sheikh Hazem Abu Ismail. I must support anyone who has been oppressed in this country, as this is my duty as a Muslim brother. Sheikh Abu Ismail, MB's Khairat al-Shater and many of those disqualified candidates have been oppressed." 14. Medium shot, the protestors marching and shouting anti-SCAF statements
15. Close up, a protestor showing a picture of head of ruling SCAF, Field Marshall Hussein Tantawi, carrying a baby with the face of former president Hosni Mubarak
16. Close up, a T-shirt of one of the protestors written on it "We will not surrender. Hazem Abu Ismail is Egypt's President"
17. Various shots of supporters of Abu Ismail camping in Tahrir Square in tents with his posters
18. Medium shot, protestors standing side by side in line shouting statements against SCAF
19. Wide shot of protestors shouting anti-SCAF statements

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Tahrir Protests Against Military Rule...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
20 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 20, 2012

STOYRLINE:
Tens of thousands of Egyptians marched through Cairo to the iconic Tahrir Square on Friday, April 20, in a protest referred to as the "Friday of Self-Determination.” The rally centered on the opposition of military rule, and the entrance of former regime figures into the presidential election race.

Earlier this week, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Khairat al-Shater and Salafist Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, major Islamist presidential candidates, were disqualified from the presidential race. Both men requested an appeal to the decision, however, the Supreme Presidential Election Commission (SPEC) revoked their request. The decision enraged many of their supporters, and sparked the rally in Tahrir today.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protester in Tahrir:
“The decision to disqualify presidential candidates was political to begin with. It has many objectives, as the government and SCAF see that Islamists are the suitable mainstream for this stage, and that they were the ones who shouldered the revolution."

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protester in Tahrir:
“We want freedom and we want termination of article 28 of the constitutional declaration. We reject the former regime figures, and we don’t want election fraud, because if it happens there will be another revolution and it will be bigger and we will not leave anyone.”

Although secularists view the Islamists negatively due to an alleged deal between the Muslim Brotherhood and the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Force (SCAF), Islamists and secularists reunited today in Tahrir in the massive march, voicing similar demands.

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Rami Essam, singer and liberal activist:
“Today is special because many calls for protests that happened before failed. Today’s calls succeeded because the Muslim Brotherhood’s actions became clearer, and their alliance with SCAF was revealed.”

SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Muslim Brotherhood supporter:
“If there were mistakes made by Islamists, they could have happened by any faction. It is normal, but what is not normal is to argue and mistrust each other. We are united like one hand. The Egyptian people are one hand regardless of their political affiliation."

The protest seems to have unified both Islamists and secularists against SCAF, yet there were several soapboxes in the Square representing the popular political forces, including Islamists and revolutionary groups like the April 6 Youth Movement, and the National Association for Change.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 20, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 20, 2012
Length: 0:02:54
Video Size: 143 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of massive numbers of protestors at Tahrir square
2. Various shots of protestors chanting and marching
3. Medium shot of a Muslim Brotherhood banner
4. Medium shot of banner against former regime figures
5. Various shots of protestors raising banners and flags
6. Medium shots of banners
7. Various shots of protestors doing different activities
8. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – One of the protesters in Tahrir:
“The decision to disqualify presidential candidates was political in the first place. It has many objectives, as the government and SCAF see that Islamists are the suitable mainstream for this stage and that they were the ones who shouldered the revolution." 9. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – One of the protesters in Tahrir:
“We want freedom and we want to termination of article 28 of the constitutional declaration. We reject the former regime figures, and we don’t want election fraud because if it happens there will another revolution, and it will be bigger and we will not leave anyone.” 10. Various shots of massive numbers of people at Tahrir Square
11. Medium shots of protestors chanting
12. SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Rami Essam, singer and liberal activist:
“Today is special because many calls for protests that happened before failed. Today’s calls succeeded because the Muslim Brotherhood’s actions became clearer and their alliance with SCAF was revealed.” 13. SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – One of the Muslim Brotherhood supporters:
“If there were mistakes made by Islamists, they could have happened by any faction. It is normal, but what is not normal is to argue and mistrust each other. We are united like one hand. The Egyptian people are one hand regardless of their political affiliation." 14. Various medium shots of the protest
15. Various shots of protestors buying umbrellas in the form of Egypt flag
16. Wide pan left, Tahrir Square full of protestors

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Suleiman Visits Coptic Church, Church...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
15 Apr 2012

Presidential candidate Omar Suleiman, Egypt's 14-day vice-president and 18-year intelligence chief, paid a visit on Saturday, April 14, to Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Church and met with the Church interim leader Bishop Bakhomious to wish Copts a happy Easter Holiday.

Suleiman's move is seen by observers as an attempt to rally Coptic support for his presidential race, yet Bishop Bakhomious told reporters after the meeting that the Church adopts a neutral position on all presidential candidates.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Bishop Bakhomious, Coptic Orthodox Church interim leader:
"We do not support anyone. We give the liberty to our people that each should elect the one appealing to their conscience. We receive all presidential candidates. Whoever of them wants to visit us, they are welcomed." Suleiman, the only vice president appointed by Mubarak in the beginning of the revolution, is facing a big campaign against his candidacy for serving for the former regime for about eighteen years.

A massive protest was held at the infamous Tahrir Square on Friday, April 13, demanding withdrawal of Suleiman from the presidential race, along with other candidates who server under Mubarak, particularly Ahmed Shafik, last Prime Minister of Mubarak, and Amr Moussa, former Arab League chief and former foreign minister.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"We're here basically to prevent former regime men from presidential race, as they ruined the political life and humiliated the Egyptian people over the past thirty years."

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"We will continue the revolution and it will not stop unless we oust (former PM) Ahmed Shafik, (former vice president) Omar Suleiman, (former Arab League chief) Amr Moussa and all symbols of corruption."

SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"I demand today the exclusion of all symbols of corruption of the former regime. They should withdraw on their own or else they will be forced to." Although Suleiman has many supporters, Tahrir Square showed that a lot of Egyptians consider the man part of the corrupt ousted regime and some accuse him of being an agent for the United States and Israel.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 14, 2012 [and Friday protest archive April 13]
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 14, 2012
Length: 0:02:53
Video Size: 128 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1-Wide external shot, St. Mark's Cathedral in Abbasiya, Cairo
2-Various shots of the meeting of presidential candidate Omar Suleiman with Coptic Orthodox Church interim leader Bishop Bakhomious
3-Various shots of Bakhomious' press conference after the meeting
4-SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Bishop Bakhomious, Coptic Orthodox Church interim leader:
"We do not support anyone. We give the liberty to our people that each should elect the one appealing to their conscience. We receive all presidential candidates. Whoever of them wants to visit us, they are welcomed." 5-Various shots of massive Friday Muslim Prayer performed in congregation in Tahrir Square (Friday, April 13)
6-Various shots of large posters of Omar Suleiman with a big X on his face calling for his exclusion from the presidential race (Friday, April 13)
7-Medium shot, a poster of Omar Suleiman with Israel's Star next to his face, implying he's an agent for Israel, and written on it "No for ousted vice-president! No for Omar Suleiman!" (Friday, April 13)
8-Various shots of Tahrir massive protest against former regime's presidential candidates (Friday, April 13)
9-SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"We're here basically to prevent former regime men from presidential race, as they ruined the political life and humiliated the Egyptian people over the past thirty years." 10-SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"We will continue the revolution and it will not stop unless we oust (former PM) Ahmed Shafik, (former vice president) Omar Suleiman, (former Arab League chief) Amr Moussa and all symbols of corruption." 11-SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Protestor at Tahrir Sqaure:
"I demand today the exclusion of all symbols of corruption of the former regime. They should withdraw on their own or else they will be forced to." 12-Wide zoom in, protestors marching with a large sign reading "No for the return of ousted regime!" (Friday, April 13)
13-Wide shot, protestors with a large poster of Salafi presidential candidate Hazem Abu Ismail (Friday, April 13)
14-Various shots of Tahrir massive protest against former regime's presidential candidates (Friday, April 13)